August 21, 2017
On The Move

Movers & Shakers

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GENTLEMAN
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CHRISTOPHER McDERMOTT is the new public affairs manager for the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce. McDermott, who has a bachelor's degree from Assumption College, joins the chamber after serving in multiple administrative roles for Framingham's Community and Economic Development Division.

DAVID GENTLEMAN is a new community lender for the Worcester County area for Main Street Bank. Gentleman brings 10 years of experience, including work as a loan originator and managing partner. He lives in Rutland with his wife and two children.

CHRISTINE MEOLA is the new vice president of institutional advancement at Becker College. She was a consultant for The Registry for College and University Presidents and vice president development and alumni relations at Pace University.

MICHAEL MEDEIROS has joined UniBank as manager of the bank's Blackstone branch. Medeiros is responsible for operations, and growth and development of consumer and business relations for the branch. He has more than 11 years of experience in financial services. CRISTINA MORRISSIEY also joined UniBank as assistant vice president and branch manager of the bank's Sutton branches. Morrissiey is responsible for operations, and growth and development of consumer and business relations for UniBank's two Sutton branches. She joins UniBank with more than 16 years of experience in financial services, having worked most recently as branch manager at a credit union in New York. She graduated summa cum laude with her bachelor's degree in business economics from State University of New York at Cortland.

Worcester Community Action Council Inc. has two new hires. JACQUELINE COX is a new case manager, and KWESI FOSTER is a job developer. Cox assists clients with job searches, building resumes and mock interviews. She is working toward her bachelor's in forensic psychology from Becker College. Foster focuses on business engagement to bolster employment and internship opportunities for local youth. He has a business management degree from Springfield College, and worked as a operations, communication and administrative specialist for the Central Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board.

STEPHANIE KING is the new learning and development project manager at The Training Associates Corp. in Westborough. King is responsible for managing clients' learning and development projects, including coordinating program logistics, managing work plans, and implementing internal communication plans. She previously worked at Bain Capital and Wellington Management.

MIKE MONAHAN has joined Sheehan's Office Interiors's new location in Worcester as the vice president of strategic accounts. Monahan has 19 years of experience in the furniture industry, 13 as government sales manager of National Office Furniture. Mike marked two years with Sheehan's Office Interiors in May. LINDSAY LEBLANC of Northbridge also has joined Sheehan's Office Interiors's Worcester location as its project manager. She has prior experience as an interior designer at Winter Street Architects & Architectural and as project manager for Swarovski North America.

KIMBERLY QUINN is the new vice president of operations at GFA Federal Credit Union. Quinn has almost 30 years of credit union experience and has served as president and campaign chair for the United Way of Southbridge. The Sturbridge resident has a master in business administration degree from the University of Phoenix and a bachelor's degree in education from Worcester State University.

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